Adjacent to the High Line, 508 West 24th Street is architect/developer Cary Tamarkins new ten-story condominium, designed in the spirit of West Chelseas industrial-era warehouses. Signature over-sized casement windows allow light to flood throughout and alternate with bands of carefully composed architectural concrete. Accessed via a private elevator landing, each residence features 10 foot ceilings, an expansive living/dining space, solid rift and quartered white oak floors, and a custom walnut and Calacatta Gold marble kitchen. Master bedroom suites include luxurious spa baths and private dressing rooms; secondary bedrooms have en suite baths. Residence 4N is a spacious, sunny corner 3 bedroom with 3 full baths, approximately 2,325 square feet (216.93 square meters), and a well-conceived floor plan with a great flow. North East-facing, the apartment is accessed via a private elevator landing, and opens to a 15-foot entry gallery ideal for art enthusiasts. A great room for living and dining has a wall of casement windows, 10 foot ceilings and feels warm and loft-like. The 19 foot open kitchen is handcrafted with fine details such as burnished bronze Nanz hardware, Calacatta Gold marble and custom walnut cabinetry. An expansive master suite with sensuous bath has a soaking tub and steam shower. Comfortable and spacious, 4N has generous-sized rooms, a wide entry foyer, and an abundance of closet and pantry space. Amenities include a doorman, fitness center, private storage, bike room, and an approximately 1,300 square foot common courtyard.